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Old 05-08-01, 05:39 PM
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Downpipes

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I got my RX7 in November and finally put a boost gauge in it this past weekend. I figure my next step should be a downpipe. Does anybody have any suggestions as to which one to get? Or any ideas for other mods I could do without running too lean? I appreciate any responses.

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Old 05-08-01, 07:41 PM
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Hey Russell. Welcome to the board. Basically almost all downpipes are about the same. Just be sure to get a SS tainless one though. Look out for a group buy on downpipes in the group buy section. If your last name is Jeffcoat PM me because I used to go to school in Columbia with a Russell Jeffcoat.
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downpipes are basically all the same performance wise but some differ in ease of installation.

Get the catback next then air intake then ecu then boost controller...etc.

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A down pipe is a good idea. Take a look at my web site. It should be of great help to you.

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Hows the HKS DP? any feedback?
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Cool

Im running the HKS downpipe...Ceramic Coated...for 199 from Jason. Lots of performance gains.

Cant beat the price. I cant see spending $325 for SS that you will never see under the car. Take the extra money and buy an AST.




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rotary93,

Do you notice any difference in the sound(good or bad) with the HKS. I heard the ss sound different....because the mild steel sounds mettalic.


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I have the ss down from pettit($299). Sounds a little more snorty but not much. Definately the next thing you should do.Sometimes it is a bitch grtting your old bolts loose though..Good luck....
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